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Frankenstein

Summary: A book about the inhumane behavior of many people and being very judgmental.
In the book Frankenstein humanity is an issue that is used a lot in the book. The monster in the story is thought to be bad, evil and inhumane when in reality it is the man who created him that is the evil one. Developed in a world that hates and fears him, the monster is only trying to have people understand him. He may use violence but it is the only way he knows to reach his revenge and let his emotions out. Frankenstein was a man who grew up around love and family. His fetish (I guess you could say) with the creation of human life feed his want to build the perfect human. Even with all the love he received throughout his life, he was unable to give any of it to the thing that he created.

After being abandoned by his creator and rejected by...

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